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Tuesday, September 26
 

3:30pm CDT

Leveraging LinkedIn Recruiter to be a better Talent Advisor
While LinkedIn Recruiter may not be the “sourcing” tool you would expect in the Anonymous track, it is a tool that most recruiter’s use today.  Jim Schnyder, a two time SourceCon Grandmaster, will take you through some innovative ways to use LinkedIn Recruiter for strategic / competitive intelligence and diving into some lesser known features and capabilities of the LinkedIn Recruiter tool.   If you use LinkedIn Recruiter, this is one session not to miss.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Schnyder

Jim Schnyder

Sourcing Lead, PepsiCo
Jim Schnyder is in Talent Acquisition with PepsiCo (Pepsi, Frito-Lay, Quaker, Tropicana, Gatorade) and is the 2011 & 2014 SourceCon Grand Master. With over 20 years of recruiting experience, Jim is a frequent speaker on recruiting industry best practices and strategies. Jim has worked... Read More →


Tuesday September 26, 2017 3:30pm - 4:10pm CDT
Wedgewood

4:20pm CDT

SXSW “Source By Searching Weird” - Exploring Alternative Deep Web Search Engine Strategies

Overview
Just like anything that dominates in the market Google will dictate to you what they want you to see, not what you want to see. Redirect your sourcing subconscious to include other search engines.

What to Expect
In this session, we’ll explore ten search engines that might give you talent and other data that you won’t find on Google.

Who should attend
Any recruiter who wants to extend their search capabilities beyond the usual.

Takeaways
• Learn how search engines dictate what they want you to see
• Ten alternative search engines for a different view on talent discovery


Speakers
avatar for Ronnie Bratcher

Ronnie Bratcher

Sourcing Consultant, Arete Alliance, LLC
Ronnie is a professional recruiter and sourcer who excels at relationship development andmanagement within the recruiting lifecycle. With 17 years of recruiting/sourcing experience with the primary focus being on Information Technology sector, he has established creative strategies... Read More →


Tuesday September 26, 2017 4:20pm - 5:00pm CDT
Wedgewood
 
Wednesday, September 27
 

2:25pm CDT

MacGyver Sourcing: Hacks that will blow your mind, not your budget

Overview
Sourcers and Recruiters are under enormous pressure and time constraints to produce viable candidates. Your ability to be resourceful, scrappy, and make use of the tools at hand, not commonly used by others, will give you a competitive advantage. Unleash your inner MacGyver!

What to Expect
In this session, we’ll combine a few well know free tools and add creative twists to innovate on conventional methods, to discover a wealth of solutions that even a brilliant secret agent would admire.

Who should attend
Recruiters and sourcers looking for some new twists on some well-known tools.

Takeaways
• Combine extensions to scrape data and find emails in a fraction of the time
• Reengineer your searches to source candidates faster and for free
• Manipulate Google filters find executives, conference attendees and entire teams



Speakers
avatar for Holly Mallowes

Holly Mallowes

Global Talent Acquistion, Sourcing, Raytheon
Holly Mallowes is part of Raytheon’s Enterprise Global Talent Acquisition team. She collaborates with sourcing teams across the enterprise to execute strategic and innovative sourcing methodologies that attract high-caliber talent as well as build leadership & executive talent pipelines... Read More →


Wednesday September 27, 2017 2:25pm - 3:00pm CDT
Wedgewood

3:30pm CDT

Advanced Candidate Data Scraping & Candidate Engagement
Overview
Not all candidate information is easy to find and we need to build out those skeleton profiles to create solid data leads.

What to Expect
This session will cover how to find detailed candidate information and contact data, together with tips on engaging the candidates you find.

Who should attend
Recruiters who want to get more out of the minimal data they find online.

Takeaways
• How and where to find “unfindable” candidate contact information
• How to consistently and effectively turn skeleton profiles into data leads
• Some unique methods for capturing candidates’ attention and turning them into real prospects


Speakers
avatar for Nancy Dorn

Nancy Dorn

Technical Recruiting Sourcer, Amazon
I have a total of 5 years’ experience in the technical sourcing and recruiting space, and I love it more and more each year.  I currently work for the Amazon Web Services division of Amazon and before that have worked for HPE and Google.  I am extremely passionate about the work... Read More →


Wednesday September 27, 2017 3:30pm - 4:10pm CDT
Wedgewood

4:20pm CDT

How to Build Google Custom Search Engines (CSE) Utilizing Google Dorks (aka Ethical Hacking)

Overview
You know we all want to cover as much as the Web as we can when seeking out talented prospects and our time is limited. You’ve heard it time and time again, “Where’s my pipeline of candidates?". Or you’re a Sourcer and your Recruiting team needs more pipeline; preferably not involving LinkedIn...What to do..? 

What to Expect
In this Advanced session we’ll quickly review the basics of building a CSE and then jump head first into the Advanced features. I’m not going to build out one search but create a platform of multiple searches designed to seek out any skill set regardless of industry.  We’ll also cover Google Dorks and explore the ethical hacking side of Google’s Advanced search operators (related, URL Patterns, site, cache, filetype, intext, numrange, etc) while creating complex search engine queries to incorporate into our CSE.  This session is intended for Sourcers looking to build a CSE for their recruiting team - how to build and what to include for maximum candidate traction.

Who should attend
People who know what CSE is and have preferrably made one before. We’re going to move quickly and share lots of information, but please heed this warning - this session is in the Advanced Track and therefore not intended for the faint hearted!  You’ve been warned!!! 

Takeaways
• Quick review of the basics of building a CSE and then a jump into the advanced features
• How you can use ethical hacking with Google’s advance search operators to create more complex searches


Speakers
avatar for Steve Rath

Steve Rath

Senior Sourcer, Blue Wave Recruiting
I consider myself a Sourcing Cognoscente - My expertise is in Sourcing, Recruiting, and building relationships,mwhile passionate about creating positive candidate experiences (my other client).  I’m always networking...Here are the 3 phases of my career: I originally started out... Read More →


Wednesday September 27, 2017 4:20pm - 5:00pm CDT
Wedgewood